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2001\12\02@153535 by Gary Baker

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Outlook express, can I just download headers as in hotmail section, as I did pick up a virus (now cleared)
But if I could have only downloaded the header I could have wiped in from the server before it got onto my system!

Any ideas if this is possible?



Gary

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2001\12\03@125945 by Paul Hutchinson

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I don't think so, but there are utility programs around that provide this
capability. Search around some download sites and I think you'll find one
that does the trick. I think I tried out a program a while back named "Email
Remover" that let you view e-mail headers/size and optionally delete them
from the server.

Paul


> Outlook express, can I just download headers as in hotmail
> section, as I did pick up a virus (now cleared)
>
> But if I could have only downloaded the header I could have wiped
> in from the server before it got onto my system!
>
> Any ideas if this is possible?

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2001\12\03@145015 by Bob Blick

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Pegasus Mail lets you do this, and it's free:

http://www.pmail.com

Also you don't have to worry about OE-type spreading of viruses.

-Bob

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2001\12\03@165246 by Jerry Merrill

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I've been using Eudora PRO for several versions and it works well. HOWEVER,
it insists on nagging me to register even though I PAID for and registered
it long ago. After a month of complaining, their tech-support sent me a
patch which did not fix it.  Its getting quite annoying.

I took a look at Pegasus Mail and it looks good. It seems to have better
filtering and some additional features.  Does anyone know if it holds up
well with LARGE email folders?  I tend to keep everything - dozens of
folders with thousands of messages each.

Any other feedback?

Jerry

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2001\12\03@174944 by Gerhard Fiedler

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At 15:55 12/03/2001 -0600, Jerry Merrill wrote:
>I've been using Eudora PRO for several versions and it works well. HOWEVER,
>it insists on nagging me to register even though I PAID for and registered
>it long ago. After a month of complaining, their tech-support sent me a
>patch which did not fix it.  Its getting quite annoying.

Just in case you decide to stick with Eudora... here's what I've got from
their tech support (must've been a lucky day :)

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I didn't use the link (don't know if it would work at all in this
copied'n'pasted section), but rather edited the ini file directly. It did
get rid of the registration nags, but didn't stop the nagging about sending
usage statistics back to Qualcomm.

ge

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2001\12\03@175033 by Andrew Warren

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Jerry Merrill <.....PICLISTKILLspamspam.....mitvma.mit.edu> wrote:

> I took a look at Pegasus Mail and it looks good. It seems to have
> better filtering and some additional features.  Does anyone know
> if it holds up well with LARGE email folders?  I tend to keep
> everything - dozens of folders with thousands of messages each.

   Jerry:

   I, too, have dozens of folders with thousands of messages each.
   Pegasus Mail has been handling them just fine since 1994.

> Any other feedback?

   Just one small bit of new info:  If you've tried Pegasus in the
   past but didn't like its multiple-window interface, you'll be
   happy to know that Pegasus Mail version 4 (currently in beta)
   can optionally be configured to look like Outlook/Messenger,
   i.e., one window with three panes.

   -Andy


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2001\12\03@184636 by Jerry Merrill

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That was the patch they suggested to me. I did it...it did not work.  I
checked the ini file and saw that it has been modified.

They DID not mention anyting about the regcode.dat file though.  I just
checked it and found that it shows a registration code, but includes
a  line that says:
"needtoregister: yes"

I just changed it to NO....We'll see what happens :)

thanks.
Either way, I might look into trying Pegasus.


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2001\12\03@184643 by Jerry Merrill

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Andrew:

Thanks for the feedback.  I've installed it on another machine to let it
'cook' for a while and see how it does.

Jerry

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2001\12\03@190751 by steve

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>     I, too, have dozens of folders with thousands of messages each.
>     Pegasus Mail has been handling them just fine since 1994.

I'll second that. My email folder is currently 113Mb.
IMHO, the biggest advantage is that it doesn't automatically open
attachments, scripts, etc. You can spot a virus before it does any
harm.

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2001\12\03@194942 by Matt Pobursky

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On Mon, 3 Dec 2001 15:55:10 -0600, Jerry Merrill wrote:
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>I took a look at Pegasus Mail and it looks good. It seems to
>have better
>filtering and some additional features.  Does anyone know if it
>holds up
>well with LARGE email folders?  I tend to keep everything -
>dozens of
>folders with thousands of messages each.
>
>Any other feedback?
>

I used Pegasus Mail for about 5 years. I have over 50,000
messages archived with it -- it handles large volumes of mail and
mail folders very well.

I've been using a shareware mail program called Poco Mail for a
little over a year now. I switched because I liked the user
interface better and (at the time) Pegasus used a proprietary
mailbox format. You can now use a Unix style mailbox format in
Pegasus (which I'd recommend if you ever want to change to
another email client in the future and easily transfer your
archived mail.

Matt Pobursky
Maximum Performance Systems

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2001\12\03@214027 by Dale Botkin

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On Tue, 4 Dec 2001, Steve Baldwin wrote:

> >     I, too, have dozens of folders with thousands of messages each.
> >     Pegasus Mail has been handling them just fine since 1994.
>
> I'll second that. My email folder is currently 113Mb.

Amateur ;-) I think mine at home is around 250+MB.  At work I have two,
the server folder (90MB) and personal folder (600+MB).  My boss makes me
look like a minor league player -- the suport guys had to come to the
rescue recently for him.  Seems Outlook isn't equipped to handle mailbox
files over 2GB!!

Dale

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